Gorkha Palace serves a fine palak paneer, simmered in creamy tomato sauce, and a spot-on chicken biryani. But it does so, so much more with its menu of Indian, Nepali, and Tibetan cuisine. Gorkha’s signature momo dumplings are juicy, and filled with your choice of free-range turkey, grass-fed bison, or a blend of spiced vegetables. It’s not a proper visit without an order, served with lick-the-ramekin tomato chutney. Then, it’s up to you whether to move on to halal lamb vindaloo, expertly done tandoori dishes, or a whole battery of traditional breads including deep-fried poori and Kashmiri naan topped with coconut, cashews, and golden raisins. Gorkha’s good not just for vegetarians but vegans too, and 90 percent of its ingredients are organic. You can taste the difference.